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I had 72 pages indexed in google, but when the link to my site was removed from a webpage with 4 PR, after a week of that i got only 27 pages indexed in google?
But MSN has 70 pages indexed?
How can i get all of my pages back into google?
How do i find people interested for link exchange?
>How can i get all of my pages back into google?
Getting some new inbounds would help, no doubt, but you should also look carefully at the pages that went missing. Try to find a reason (although this might not be possible). Check canonical issues (having pages listed with different versions of the URL). See if there are any common factors for the ones that disappeared, versus the ones that are still there - that might give you some hints.
>How do i find people interested for link exchange?
It depends on the field. If it's very commercial, in a highly competitive market, I have no suggestions. If it is at all "niche", and non-commercial, use the SE's to find sites that you feel would be interested in linking to you, and then send them a very polite personal email. Before you do that, of course, make sure your site is something they'll be happy to link to; if you supply good info and make it into a genuine resource, that will usually do the trick.
Hope this helps - I saw that no one had gotten around to replying to your post - if nothing else, bumping it up might get you better advice than mine.
- Having one way inbound links, not just reciprocal links.
- Internal link structure - the more clicks from the home page, the less likely a page is to be crawled/indexed.
- Having inbound deep links.
Once pages are being crawled, inclusion in the index depends on having sufficient unique content, as well as not linking to bad neighbourhoods & so on.